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Obama Nukes Own Iran Deal in NPR Interview

President Barack Obama has granted an interview to National Public Radio in an attempt to sell the Iran “framework” to a skeptical public. In the process, he compares the agreement to a real-estate deal–a poor analogy for a man who called his own last property purchase deal “boneheaded” after involving indicted (now convicted) bag Chicago man Tony Rezko. Obama also provided at least five big reasons that Congress–whose opposition is growing–should reject the Iran deal.

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Iranian Youth Celebrate Nuclear Deal Through Rose-Colored Lense

Immediately after Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif announced that all sanctions that were previously imposed on the Islamic Republic of Iran would be “terminated,” thousands of Iranians took to the streets to celebrate what they perceived to be a victory for the ages.

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Netanyahu: Nuke Deal A ‘Reward For Iran’s Aggression’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has come out and blasted the impending nuclear deal between the P5+1 world powers and the Iranian regime, calling the accord a historically bad agreement that lets Iran race towards nuclear weapons development.


Obama Subverts Constitution to Achieve Iran Deal

Over the weekend, top Democrats went berserk over Senator Tom Cotton’s (R-AR) open letter to the Iranian regime warning them that President Obama’s executive agreement with them was not the final legal word.

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New York Times: Netanyahu Speech Makes Iran Deal A Tougher Sell For Obama

The left-wing New York Times opined on Tuesday that President Obama will have a much tougher time selling the case for a nuclear deal with Iran to the American people following Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s powerful speech to a joint session of Congress. In his speech, the Israeli leader warned about the grave threat to the world posed by a nuclear-armed Iranian regime.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—The audience at Susan Rice’s Monday night speech at AIPAC’s (America-Israel Public Affairs Committee) 2015 Policy Conference expressed open displeasure with the Obama administration’s policies towards Iran—not by booing the National Security Advisor—but by applauding in approval of policies she disagreed with.


AIPAC: Experts Warn Iran Could Cause Middle East to Go Nuclear

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hundreds were in attendance to watch a distinguished panel of experts who convened on Sunday at the annual AIPAC (America-Israel Public Affairs Committee) policy conference to discuss, “Trouble in Tehran: Analyzing Iran’s Nuclear Program.”


Iranian Foreign Minister: Netanyahu Speech An Attempt To ‘Prevent Peace’

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif, who serves under Tehran’s Ayatollah Khamenei and his “Islamic Republic,” said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech to a joint session of the United States Congress is simply “scaremongering” and an “attempt to prevent peace.”